The Industrial Revolution, developing first in eighteenth-century Britain, gave rise to economic changes that have had an enormous impact on society. An obvious result was urbanisation, but the Industrial Revolution also contributed to other population movements such as the slave trade, emigration and convict transportation.
These are the key words associated with the Industrial Revolution. They can be used as a visual display in your classroom, and a reference point for students when writing and talking about this part of history.
***ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS are two versions of a definitions recording sheet that aim to help you differentiate your learning. One sheet has students finding the meaning to each of the words independently (or in small groups). The other sheet has students matching the word of the definition provided.
These words are key terms to use when studying the Industrial Revolution which aligns with the following Australian Curriculum Outcomes:
ACHMH034, ACHMH035, ACHMH036, ACHMH037, ACHMH038, ACHMH039 & ACHMH040.
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